If anyone out there reading this is a student at Harvard University, I just wanted to make sure you were all aware of the great, non-credit workshops run by the Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard University. The sessions are stand alone sessions and are offered a few times throughout the academic year (at both the Cambridge and Longwood sides of the river). They are a great way to get started with using geographic data. The use of geographic data has become common in global health policy research as many of the new datasets, such as DHS surveys, now contain geographic identifiers. This is also a good way to integrate data from multiple surveys, including those collected for completely different reasons.

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